The primary learning goals of this class are to strengthen the student’s ability to anticipate, critically analyze, appropriately respond to, and provide leadership regarding ethical issues the student will confront as an employee and eventually as a manager of people and business enterprises.
Exam Policy: A student must take each and every exam at the date and time announced in class. Failure to do so will result in zero credit for that exam (including the final exam). Any deviation from this policy because of illness or emergency should be approved in advance and properly documented.
Grading: Grading breakdown will be as follows:
Attendance: This is a participative class in which discussion is vital to understanding the subject and will be considered significantly in grading. Students are expected to attend all class meetings for this course, following the university’s attendance policy. See the Midwestern State University (MSU) Undergraduate Catalog, Volume LXXVII, No. 1, pg. 90. Each student is allowed six (6) absences for the entire semester. Notwithstanding anything herein contained to the contrary, any student who misses three (3) consecutive classes or has ten (10) or more absences will receive a final grade of F. If either occurs before Oct. 18, 2010 (the official drop date), the student will be dropped with an F.
With regard to academic honesty, students are referred to the “Student Honor Creed” in the MSU Undergraduate Catalog.
Americans with Disabilities Act:
This class follows the guidelines suggested by the Center for Counseling and Disabilities Services for those students who qualify for disability services. Please see the MSU Undergraduate Catalog for information and contact your professor.
Syllabus Change Policy:
This syllabus is a guide for the course and is subject to change.